Matt Dobay, CPA, MAcc, Principal, Tax Services

Matthew joined the firm in 2014 and brings nine years of professional experience. His tax compliance duties included comprehensive review of tax engagements including step by step presentation of tax adjustment as requested. He is also active in year long tax planning analysis and complex research projects. His primary focus is on client service. Matthew accomplished his tasks through the supervision and training of the firm’s staff.

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2020 Year-End Tax Planning Ideas

In a year of uncertainty, with the election, COVID-19, civil unrest, and economic swings, the future of tax legislation can be added to the list. From a yearend tax planning point-of-view, we often get stuck thinking ahead to “what might change” when 2020 hasn’t ended yet. Before taxpayers look forward, it is best to plan for what their tax bills may look like for 2020.

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Topics: Tax Planning

New tax law: Individual tax changes

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (The Act) is a piece of legislation that was first passed by the House on November 16, 2017.  Only one month later, both the House and the Senate have passed a unified version of tax reform that will modify tax policy for the next several years.  These changes range from reducing both corporate and individual tax rates as well as international taxation.  On December 22, 2017, President Trump officially signed it into law.  Below is a brief analysis of the key points included in The Act.

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Topics: Tax, IRS

New tax law: Business tax changes

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (The Act) is a piece of legislation that was first passed by the House on November 16, 2017.  Only one month later, both the House and the Senate have passed a unified version of tax reform that will modify tax policy for the next several years.  These changes range from reducing both corporate and individual tax rates as well as international taxation.  On December 22, 2017, President Trump officially signed it into law.  Below is a brief analysis of the key points included in The Act.

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Topics: Tax, IRS

The tax cuts and jobs act overview

The Tax Cuts and Jobs (the “Act”) is a piece of legislation that was first passed by the House of Representatives on November 16, 2017.  Only one month later, both the House and the Senate have passed a unified version of tax reform that will modify tax policy for the next several years.  These changes range from reducing both corporate and individual tax rates to international taxation implications.  On December 22, 2017, President Trump officially signed it into law.  Below is a brief analysis of the key points.

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Topics: Tax, IRS

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